While the president gave his thoughts on the nation’s economic strength, the ongoing trade war with China is rattling investors and impacting U.S. businesses.
Peter Navarro, director of the White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing, joins Martha Raddatz on "This Week."
The couple allegedly lied about the pregnancy, birth and death of their son and then fraudulently accepted gifts and money during the fake tragedy, authorities said.
Ismael Wrixen, CEO of FE International, discusses the Dow Jones Industrial Average's largest decline in 2019 and Inc.'s list of the 5,000 fastest-growing businesses in the United States.
Ava Lewis has been selling lemonade made with her grandmother's recipe and using the money to buy supplies like diapers.
The stock market plunges, who the immigration policy will impact, dangerous levels of lead in Newark water supply.
Wesley Ryan sold the car to pay for his wife's medical bills; last year, his children saved up their money and got it back for him - but then Ford heard their story.
The U.S. has labeled China a "currency manipulator" as China vows to retaliate against the new 10% tariff on $300 billion worth of goods.
The Education Department and several universities are investigating a scheme where wealthy parents give up legal guardianship to appear less affluent. ABC News’ Janai Norman reports.
The Marines were arrested at Camp Pendleton in California after two Marines from the same base were charged earlier this month for transporting three undocumented immigrants "for financial gain."
Kiera O'Brien of Students for Carbon Dividends and David Ribiero of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy discuss conservative climate change views and clean energy in cities.
Authorities have not revealed a motive or whether Brandon Theesfeld, 22, and Ally Kostiel, 21, knew each other; her body was found near a lake miles from campus.
More than 30,000 customers in New York City lost power Sunday as fires broke out on power lines and in manholes; in Michigan, severe storms led over 800,000 homes and businesses to lose power.